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Old 07-25-2008, 12:50 AM
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Fire on the border

I don't know if this will make the news but for you guys in the San Diego area there are two fires burning just south of the border, fire crews are keeping an eye on it so hopefully all will be ok. The valley where I live is filled with smoke.
Anyway that's where all the smoke is coming from that you see up in the mountain area.
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so mexico is just gana let it burn?
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Mexico doesnt have the resources or infrastructure to put out a big or little fire...
yeah i saw and smelled the smoke over where i am. hope it doesnt burn on this side of the fence
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